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[audio]Podcast1: The Age of Catholic Christianity by John Gruel - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a Wednesday night adult Christian studies classs taught by Pastor John Gruel, of First Presbyterian Church in Edmond, Oklahoma. John's topic was "The Age of Catholic Christianity 70 - 312 AD: Persecution and Orthodoxy." Among many reference texts for this lesson is Bruce Shelley’s “Church History In Plain Language Updated.”
Keywords: christian; edmond; oklahoma; presbyterian; church history
Downloads: 434
[audio]Podcast79: Reject Rigor: Embrace Differentiation, Flexibility, and High Expectations - Wesley A. Fryer
We hear voices in the context of education and school reform today calling for "rigor and relevance," yet how many of us have really stopped to analyze what is meant, implied, and required if "rigor" is a defining characteristic of our educational system? The synonyms for rigor are inflexibility, stringency, and cruelty. Rigor should NOT define our classrooms. Many people mistakenly associate rigor with high expectations...
Keywords: education; podcast; rigor; school reform
Downloads: 39
[audio]Podcast30: The Case for Digital Storytelling - Wesley A. Fryer
As human beings, we are hardwired for storytelling. The motto of the Center for Digital Storytelling (www.storycenter.org) is “Listen deeply. Tell stories.” Unfortunately, students and teachers in schools today often feel too time-stressed to engage in digital storytelling. Yet these projects can provide ideal opportunities for students to acquire and demonstrate the literacy skills required to thrive in the 21st Century...
Keywords: digital storytelling; education
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[audio]Podcast86: K-12 Online Conference Invitation (via Worldbridges) - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a skype conversation on Worldbridges EdTechTalk, discussing some details of the upcoming FREE K-12 Online Conference that runs the last week of October and first week of November 2006. The theme of K-12 Online is "Unleashing The Potential," and the focus is web 2.0 tools in the classroom and for educational professional development. David Warlick will share a pre-conference keynote, and keynotes will be featured in four different strands along with ten presentation...
Keywords: k12online; education; learning; web 2.0
Downloads: 4,020
[audio]Podcast51: Discovering Google Earth - Wesley A. Fryer
During the week of the Florida Educational Technology Conference in March 2006, Paul Clark, Bob Goeman, and Mark Carnevalo spent several hours playing with Google Earth software and available KML files on the Internet. KML files contain information that links data and media from Internet websites to earth locations represented in the Google Earth program. This podcast is a recording of an informal interview with Paul, Bob and Mark the last night of FETC 2006...
Keywords: google earth; geography; GIS; education; FETC
Downloads: 771
[audio]Podcast62: Cultures of Control and Creativity in Schools - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is the first in a two part series focusing on Guidelines for Educational Revolutionaries. In this podcast I explore the natural tension which often exists between those in charge of K-12 schools (who tend to favor control over creativity) and those advocating for innovation and change. I explore ideas about what might motivate or drive most school district IT departments, and alternatively what drives creativity and innovation...
Keywords: creativity; podcasting; education; control; IT
Downloads: 1,476
[audio]Podcast77: Learning As Conversation and Messy Assessment - Wesley A. Fryer
This presentation was shared at the Mid-America Technology Institute in Winfield, Kansas on July 28, 2006. Truly educative experiences are often in short supply in schools today. Interactive experiences become engaging when they are meaningful for the learner. To help students authentically learn both the content and the process skills of the curriculum, educators should strive to engage students in meaningful conversations and activities...
Keywords: education; assessment; podcasting
Downloads: 5,802
[audio]Podcast32E: Cultivating Digital Literacy Through Blogging and Podcasting - Wesley A. Fryer
21st century literacy skills (or digital literacy skills) and the skills cultivated in a high-stakes testing classroom environment seem to be mutually exclusive. This session from TCEA 2006 explores how blogging and podcasting can be used to cultivate the
Keywords: education, technology, blogging, podcasting, literacy, digital literacy, 21st century literacy skills
Downloads: 59
[audio]Podcast79: Reject Rigor: Embrace Differentiation, Flexibility, and High Expectations - Wesley A. Fryer
We hear voices in the context of education and school reform today calling for "rigor and relevance," yet how many of us have really stopped to analyze what is meant, implied, and required if "rigor" is a defining characteristic of our educational system? The synonyms for rigor are inflexibility, stringency, and cruelty. Rigor should NOT define our classrooms. Many people mistakenly associate rigor with high expectations...
Keywords: education; podcast; rigor; education reform
Downloads: 1,191
[audio]Podcast88: Skypecast about When Night Falls - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a skypecast held on October 11, 2006 to discuss the culminating event of the K-12 Online Conference: a 24 hour long skypecast conversation titled, "When Night Falls." In this skypecast, conference conveners and others discuss the goals for the event as well as ideas for helping insure it is beneficial and successful for everyone involved.
Keywords: k12online; k12online06; education; podcasting
Downloads: 2,297
[audio]Podcast104: Ideas for Classroom Podcasting - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast features ideas generated by teachers in Edmond Public Schools (Oklahoma) and Rockwall ISD (Texas) about using podcasting with students in the classroom. We created this podcast together during a workshop conducted over a videoconference on December 8, 2006. This podcast was created entirely in Audacity running in WindowsXP through Parallels on a MacBook laptop. (This version is sampled at 22,050Hz instead of 24,000Hz to avoid the chipmunk effect with the PodPress flash player.)
Keywords: podcasting; education
Downloads: 63
[audio]The Blogs of War with Chris Missick - Wesley A. Fryer
Blogging has changed in fundamental ways the dissemination of information in and from the 21st Century battlefield and theater of conflict. On Sunday, August 7, 2005, I had the privilege to interview US Army Reserve Sergeant Chris Missick, who was featured in the August 2005 Wired Magazine article, âThe Blogs of War.â
Downloads: 408
[audio]Podcast93: Creative Software Tools and Ideas from Tech4Learning - Wesley A. Fryer
Tech4Learning sells a variety of creativity-empowering software programs which can enable students to tell stories and communicate in compelling ways with multimedia. In this presentation, Angela Allen discusses how ImageBlender, MediaBlender, WebBlender, Twist, Pixie and Frames can be used for digital storytelling, website creation, and stop-motion animation film creation. What fun! Have fun in school when high stakes accountablity is all the rage? Absolutely...
Keywords: education; podcasting; tech4learning; creative; creativity
Downloads: 941
[audio]Podcast98: Reflections from Hawaii on our Information Landscape (audio) - Wesley A. Fryer
We live in an amazing age of global travel and communications, which explorers like Lewis & Clark probably never imagined could exist. The information landscape today is similar to an amazing buffet of food: Full of choices, fraught with challenges, and ripe with opportunities. Like the ocean, the Internet can be a dangerous place but also an extremely engaging and fun destination. Just like responsible parents who teach their children to swim in the ocean and make good decisions when they are i...
Keywords: podcasting hawaii education lewisandclark
Downloads: 199
[audio]Podcast37: Effective Educational Podcasting - Wesley A. Fryer
This presentation at Education Service Center 10 in Richardson, Texas, today addressed different examples of K-12 educational podcasts, what RSS is, and resources for creating podcasts. We also discussed selling podcasts to other teachers and administrators as digital storytelling: a tool for helping motivate students to write and communicate better for an authentic audience. The only thing you need to create a podcast (besides a computer with Internet access) is a microphone along with free pod...
Keywords: podcasting; education
Downloads: 793
[audio]Podcast92: Planning for 1:1 Project Success - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a presentation about planning for 1:1 technology immersion project success, shared at Bishop McGuinness High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Keywords: podcasting; education; laptops; one to one learning
Downloads: 1,119
[audio]Podcast 119: Using Flickr and Bubbleshare for Digital Storytelling and Collaborative Projects - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a presentation I shared this week about using the free websites Flickr and Bubbleshare for digital storytelling and collaborative projects with students in different grade levels. Flickr is far more than a photo sharing website: It is a social network that permits people to collaboratively create pools of images, but also discuss issues and find answers to questions on its free discussion boards...
Keywords: flickr; bubbleshare; education; podcasting; collaboration
Downloads: 34
[audio]Podcast104: Ideas for Classroom Podcasting - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast features ideas generated by teachers in Edmond Public Schools (Oklahoma) and Rockwall ISD (Texas) about using podcasting with students in the classroom. We created this podcast together during a workshop conducted over a videoconference on December 8, 2006. This podcast was created entirely in Audacity running in WindowsXP through Parallels on a MacBook laptop.
Keywords: podcasting; education
Downloads: 1,009
[audio]Podcast36: Genocide in Darfur: Speaking Out for Human Rights - Wesley A. Fryer
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum declared a genocide emergency in 2004 for the Darfur region of Sudan in Africa. This genocide is ongoing, and we need to speak out to help educate others about the importance of taking action to stop this genocide. We need to act together as human beings who not only care, but act based on our concerns for our global neighbors. This presentation was shared with a men's fellowship group at Westminister Presbyterian Church in Lubbock, Texas...
Keywords: Darfur; education; podcasting; human rights; Africa; genocide
Downloads: 568
[audio]Podcast 114: Building a Better Mousetroup: How Technology WILL Improve Achievement - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of Dr. Monica Beglau's keynote presentation at the K-12 Educators Market Symposium at MacWorld 2007 on January 10, 2007. The title of her presentation was "Building a Better Mousetroup: How Technology WILL Improve Achievement." Dr. Beglau is the director of the eMINTS National Center at the University of Missouri in Columbia. eMINTS professional development programs are designed to inspire educators to use instructional strategies powered by technology, engage student...
Keywords: education; research; student achievement
Downloads: 181
[audio]Podcast65: Digital Camcorder Technologies - Wesley A. Fryer
High definition digital camcorders have recently (in the last year) become affordable for the pro-sumer market. Digital storytellers in different contexts should be interested in the benefits as well as tradeoffs of digital camcorder technologies. This podcast includes several interviews with high definition camcorder owners, who share their perspectives, experiences and advice for others.
Keywords: education, podcasting, digital video
Downloads: 1,957
[audio]Podcast67: Engaging Math Students with Smartboard Technologies and Resources - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is an interview with Beth Carter, a fourth grade elementary math teacher in Oklahoma who frequently uses a Smartboard in her classroom. Beth reviews the reasons for using a Smartboard, the ways a Smartboard can be used to not only present but encourage students to interact and actively engage in mathematics lessons, and how teachers can download lesson activities and templates from the Smarttech website to use and customize to fit their instructional needs...
Keywords: education; smartboard
Downloads: 522
[audio]Podcast63: Guidelines for Educational Revolutionaries (1-7) - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is the second in a series focusing on Guidelines for Educational Revolutionaries. In this podcast I explore the first seven guidelines. As always, listener responses and feedback are welcome as comments to this post! :-)
Keywords: education, podcasting, education reform, leadership, change
Downloads: 1,353
[audio]Podcast52: Stories About Web 2.0 - Wesley A. Fryer
This presentation was shared as the introduction to my "Welcome to Web 2.0" workshop on Friday, March 24, 2006 in Orlando, Florida at the annual SITE conference. To introduce workshop participants to both the definition and capabilities of web 2.0 or read/write web technologies, I shared several stories about using these tools to communicate and engage in a global conversation with others. The complete, linked workshop curriculum is shared online under a Creative Commons Attribution-Only license...
Keywords: web 2.0; education; read/write web
Downloads: 546
[audio]Podcast46: International perspectives on teaching and learning in an information society - Wesley A. Fryer
Dr. Tjeerd Plomp, Professor Emeritus at the University of Twente in Enschede, The Netherlands, shared this keynote address at the SITE conference in Orlando, Florida, on March 23, 2006. The title of his presentation was, "Preparing for teaching in an information society: Various Perspectives." Dr. Plomp has organized several extensive studies of teacher educators and their uses of instructional technologies in classrooms around the globe, and continues to have an influential voice in advising th...
Keywords: education; educational technology
Downloads: 265
[movies]Podcast98: Reflections from Hawaii on our Information Landscape - Wesley A. Fryer
We live in an amazing age of global travel and communications, which explorers like Lewis & Clark probably never imagined could exist. The information landscape today is similar to an amazing buffet of food: Full of choices, fraught with challenges, and ripe with opportunities. Like the ocean, the Internet can be a dangerous place but also an extremely engaging and fun destination. Just like responsible parents who teach their children to swim in the ocean and make good decisions when they are i...
Keywords: hawaii education podcasting myspace dsn blogs web2
Downloads: 59
[movies]Podcast106E: Draft for Review and Feedback - Safe Classroom Blogging - Wesley A. Fryer
Blogs are being SAFELY used by classroom teachers around the world to help students develop and refine their abilities to write and communicate effectively. Learn about a variety of classroom blog examples, and how you can get started using blogs in your classroom with free, safe digital tools. (This is an enhanced version of this presentation that requires free QuickTime player software or iTunes software to view...
Keywords: education; blogging; macworld; macworld07
Downloads: 189
[audio]Podcast89: Free Digital Curriculum - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a presentation on sources of FREE DIGITAL CURRICULUM for K-12 educators, shared in Edmond, Oklahoma on September 27, 2006. Some of the free digital curriculum examples I discuss and share include WikiPedia, the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives, Google Earth, Google Earth Hacks, Roy: Tale of a Singing Zebra, Google News, Global Voice Online, and American Memory from the US Library of Congress...
Keywords: curriculum; education; k12; podcasting
Downloads: 2,294
[movies]Podcast122: The Case for 1:1 and School 2.0 (DRAFT) - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a draft recording for your review of a presentation I'll share live with others at the Oklahoma Technology Association's annual conference in Oklahoma City, and at the Texas Computer Education Association's conference in Austin, Texas. My goal for the presentation is to share a vision for one to one learning (laptop immersion) and why a 1:1 environment is needed in education. Additionally, I want to further develop and share ideas about how we need to reinvent schools for the 21s...
Keywords: one to one; school 2.0; education; laptop learning; education reform
Downloads: 34
[audio]Podcast61: 1:1 Lessons in Bryan, Texas - Wesley A. Fryer
Stephen F. Austin Middle School in Bryan ISD, Texas has participated in the Texas Technology Immersion Pilot Project for the past two years as an immersion campus, where every 6th, 7th, and 8th grade student along with all the teachers have access to an iBook laptop computer 24/7. This podcast includes three sections: An update on my changing job status, some reflections on student content creation in the classroom, and an interview with Barbara Ybarra and Sharon Ogden of Bryan ISD who help supp...
Keywords: education; podcasting; 1:1; technology immersion
Downloads: 1,177
[audio]Podcast42: Can you hear me now? Composing Connections between Classrooms and Communities - Wesley A. Fryer
Dr. Janet Swenson shared the keynote address on March 21st, 2006 at the SITE conference in Orlando on the topic, "Center Can you hear me now? Composing Connections between Classrooms and Communities." Dr. Swenson passionately challenged educators at all levels to engage in advocacy for children in an era where high stakes testing and federally mandated accountability measures are encouraging people to view students as data in testing graphs rather than human beings with unique needs and desires...
Keywords: education; educational reform; advocacy
Downloads: 468
[audio]Podcast43: Facilitating Effective Technology Research in the Core Content Areas - Wesley A. Fryer
This is a podcast session from a SITE 2006 presentation by a distinguished panel on the topic, "Facilitating Effective Technology Research in the Core Content Areas ." The session description was: The editors of several leading educational technology journals are collectively initiating a dialog to identify productive directions for research in the core content areas. An overview will be provided of the overall goals and objectives of this initiative...
Keywords: educational research; education; site2006
Downloads: 436
[audio]Podcast59: Interactive Podcasting: Asynchronous Online Audio Discussions - Wesley A. Fryer
Podcasting, along with blogging, is playing a pivotal role in ushering in a new era of decentralized content publishing and idea sharing across the globe. Like any other tool, podcasting can be utilized in various ways to serve diverse purposes. This article examines two emerging read/write web technology services, YackPack and Vaestro, which are extending the interactive possiblities of web-based audio conversations (here liberally defined as “podcasts”) and the exciting, creative possiblit...
Keywords: yackpack; vaestro; podcasting; education
Downloads: 335
[audio]Podcast57: Think.com and Digital Social Networking - Wesley A. Fryer
Students generally exhibit high levels of motivation to socially communicate. They like to talk with each other, and in our digital world their desire to communicate often has digital forms. Rather than simply blocking all student access to digital social networking tools, teachers and school administrators should seek powerful tools and environments which permit them to help students SAFELY learn how to use digital social networking tools with local as well as global audiences...
Keywords: blogging; education; social networking. think.com; oracle
Downloads: 1,063
[audio]Podcast101: Webcast, Podcast, Sakai and the Millennial student - Dr. Victor Edmonds - Wesley A. Fryer
Dr. Victor Edmonds serves as director of Educational Technology Services at UC Berkeley. This podcast is a recording of Dr. Edmond's presentation at the Hawaii Library Association's annual conference on November 10, 2006.
Keywords: podcasting; sakai; hla06
Downloads: 190
[audio]Podcast34: Using iWeb for Blogging and Publishing - Wesley A. Fryer
This presentation was shared at the Apple Booth at the Texas Computer Education Assocation's annual conference on February 10, 2006. In it I address how the iWeb application, included as part of iLife06 for Macintosh OS X, can be used by teachers to create blogs and easily publish media content from iPhoto, Garageband, or iMovie to the web on a password-protected .Mac website or a publicly-accessible website on .Mac or another webserver.
Keywords: education, blogging, macintosh, ilife, ilife06, iweb
Downloads: 973
[audio]Podcast96: Copyright, Fair Use, Intellectual Property & Podcasting - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a presentation I shared on November 3, 2006 at the Beyond4Walls conference hosted by Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. In the session I discuss with participants myths which many people believe today relating to mp3 files and file sharing, sources for locating and sharing copyright-friendly music files and loops that can be legally incorporated into podcasts, and the ways students and teachers can comply with certainty with the fair ...
Keywords: podcasting; copyright; creative commons; education
Downloads: 6,685
[audio]Podcast92: Planning for 1:1 Project Success - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of a presentation about planning for 1:1 technology immersion project success, shared at Bishop McGuinness High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Keywords: 1:1; education; podcasting; one to one learning; laptops
Downloads: 134
[audio]Podcast116: Safe Classroom Blogging to Improve Student Writing - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of my presenation at MacWorld 2007 at the K-12 Educators Market Symposium produced by California's Computer Using Educators Inc. My topic was Safe Classroom Blogging to Improve Student Writing. The 6.5 minute video I shared at the start of the presentation is shared under a Creative Commons license and available for download via the podcast shownotes. Blogs are being SAFELY used by classroom teachers around the world to help students develop and refine their abilities...
Keywords: blogging; blogs; blog; education; schools; safe blogging
Downloads: 347
[audio]Podcast83: Why Rent Productivity Software When You Can Own It For Free? - Wesley A. Fryer
Richard Shearer is the director of technology for the Wynnewood School District in Oklahoma. For several years, with the support of his superintendent, Richard has switched many of the desktop computers utilized by students from commercial productivity software to the free, open-source software package "Open Office." From a financial standpoint, this decision has saved the school district thousands of dollars and proven to be a highly functional software solution for district computing requireme...
Keywords: education; podcasting; open source
Downloads: 588
[audio]Podcast107: Be (Constructively) Digitally Disruptive in 2007 - Wesley A. Fryer
In this first podcast for 2007, I outline seven different reasons educators should consider being constructively, digitally disruptive in 2007. These include 1) Strong reasons for changing our prevalent educational paradigm, 2) Change requires disruption to the status quo, 3) Digital technologies can provide differentated means to engage each learner in the educational process, 4) Emphasizing collaborative learning and technologies which promote collaboration, 5) Enhanced personal digital compet...
Keywords: education; podcasting; disruptive technology; disruptive technologies
Downloads: 247
[audio]Podcast117: Teaching with Videoconferencing and 1 to 1 Teaching Tools in Arkansas - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is a recording of the last tweleve minutes of a presentation I shared today at the Oklahoma Technology Association's 2007 conference titled "The Case for 1:1 Computing and School 2.0." I should have cut some slides and content from this presentation from the "draft" version I posted last week and I did not! So, this is the last part of the presentation which focuses on the characteristics which should define "School 2.0" or a reinvention of our K-12 educational system...
Keywords: school 2; education; education reform; podcasting
Downloads: 1,165
[audio]Podcast67: Engaging Math Students with Smartboard Technologies and Resources - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast is an interview with Beth Carter, a fourth grade elementary math teacher in Oklahoma who frequently uses a Smartboard in her classroom. Beth reviews the reasons for using a Smartboard, the ways a Smartboard can be used to not only present but encourage students to interact and actively engage in mathematics lessons, and how teachers can download lesson activities and templates from the Smarttech website to use and customize to fit their instructional needs...
Keywords: education; smartboard; math
Downloads: 1,062
[audio]Podcast108: Post-MacWorld 2007 Keynote Thoughts - Wesley A. Fryer
Devin Henley and I attended Steve Jobs' keynote at MacWorld 2007 in San Francisco today. This short podcast is a few thoughts and responses we had after watching and listening to the keynote, which focused on the new iPhone.
Keywords: macworld; iphone; macintosh; apple
Downloads: 175
[audio]Podcast104: Ideas for Classroom Podcasting - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast features ideas generated by teachers in Edmond Public Schools (Oklahoma) and Rockwall ISD (Texas) about using podcasting with students in the classroom. We created this podcast together during a workshop conducted over a videoconference on December 8, 2006. This podcast was created entirely in Audacity running in WindowsXP through Parallels on a MacBook laptop. (Final version)
Keywords: education; podcasting
Downloads: 212
[audio]Podcast117: Teaching with Videoconferencing and 1 to 1 Teaching Tools in Arkansas - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast features an interview with Leesa Potts, a teacher at the Arkansas Department of Education's Distance Learning Center (DLC) in Maumelle, Arkansas, just outside Little Rock. At the DLC, teachers teach high school students around the state every day using a blended combination of videoconferencing technologies and computer software programs. SameTime software permits students and teachers to synchronously see the same content on their computer screens and collaboratively work together...
Keywords: education; podcasting; videoconferencing; arkansas
Downloads: 969
[audio]Podcast84: Inertia, Teaching and Change - Wesley A. Fryer
Physics professor Lou Bloomfield defines mass as how hard something is to shake, and observes that human beings generally go through life trying to avoid momentum transfers. This podcast includes several reflections on these ideas as they relate to the context of school reform and educational change.
Keywords: education; podcasting; inertia; educational reform
Downloads: 2,548
[audio]Podcast85: A Safe and Engaging Digital Destination for Kids: Imbee.com! - Wesley A. Fryer
Tim Donovan is one of the four founders of Imbee.com, a website providing a free, safe digital social networking environment for students between the ages of 8 and 14. On September 21, 2006, I interviewed Tim over Skype about Imbee and learned more about the free Teacher's program launched by Imbee. Tim's observation that organizations and the adults who run them need to provide destinations for students that do more than entertain them really resonated with me...
Keywords: education; podcasting; myspace; imbee; safe digital social networking
Downloads: 3,238
[audio]Podcast38: Engaging the Heart and Singing the Song of the Student - Wesley A. Fryer
This podcast features several short interviews with participants in today's workshop at ESC10 in Richardson, Texas, that focused on Curriculum and Instruction in the 21st Century. The first, and longer interview, is with Barbara Dorff, a passionate educator who believes our prisons are filled with people with brilliant minds who never had a teacher who sang their song. Barbara talks about the importance of engaging students creatively through the arts and grabbing them by their heart...
Keywords: education; teaching
Downloads: 1,692
[audio]Open Source in Educational IT - Wesley A. Fryer
This week's podcast features a skypecast interview with Afan Ottenheimer of JeoNet. JeoNet is an Internet applications development company based in Iowa City, Iowa. Our conversation focuses on the viability of using open source software solutions in the educational IT environment from security, total cost of ownership, support, and usability standpoints.
Keywords: education; podcast; open source; IT; Linux
Downloads: 92
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